Sometime in the 1940s Hayek’ presented a popular version of the arguments found in his “Use of Knowledge in Society” and “Collectivist Economic Planning” essays to the Oxford University Liberal Club, which was published in the mimeographed “official organ” of that club called “The Liberal Review”.
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